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to know them for the past few years. they are great with technology and we are thrilled to have them. as many of you know, i want to describe the environment we are in. in 2009 when my cofounder lost $2,000 on a glass sculpture because they wouldn't accept credit cards. he called me on the smartphone and we decided to change something and build a reader for him to use. it was the easiest ways for all sizes to accept credit cards. it became more than just a way to accept payments and we saw businesses grow and help to grow the economy in their communities. just as technology connected jim and me, this technology has a way to create these communities and san francisco and soma and new york and so ho. we are creating that technology. it's key to our economic growth. right across the street, it connects both cities. it's grown to a small network of cafes all over san francisco including new york. it's important to bring together these business leaders and mayor lee cares deeply about these issues. i would like to introduce mayor lee. it's with his support that san francisco has become a
it works. >> this is in a different direction but as far as the future of technology do you see is becoming more dependent as we go forward? is there some point? >> technology does not exist. if you givme computer computer, then give me a martian that knows nothing about human culture. they look at the computer and they cannot tell if it is a law of the lamp it just radiates heat without culture, technology does not exist you have to know how use and what it means it is not a freestanding think so that we hear dependent on technology we pretend we don't matter and it says the same thing. it is the trick of thought or stage magic. >> i don't get that. >>. [laughter] the symbol of the translator? did that help? >> it has been a 20 year gap since agassi new era was much younger. >> was much longer than that. on may 40th birthday of giving a lecture at stanford and there was a stanford freshman sitting there in the first-run and he looked at me and he said you are still alive? and that was 13 years ago. >> so that i have the one question knu speak to said to a french human qualities? hubris and
schmidt is a software engineer by a bringing in chief technology officer and cr -- ceo of novell that those sough who love the old and new digital age come off he has a nice distinction in to work that for the zero labs and xerox are choir back in the old days when corporations had wonderful who retrieved space is to help prevent some of the things of the digital age from the transistor to the interface then became the ceo of google's nonexecutive chairman and a longtime friend of the aspen institute. thank you for being here. jared growing up was bitten by the travel bug when he was a student and a graduate student and went wandering around starting in iran and god knows how you got to visa. palestinian refugee camps in the book children of the jihad to put him at the intersection of u.s. culture and geopolitics is secretaries of state and on the policy thinning appointed by a condoleezza rice and then one of the few people reappointed by secretary hillary clinton. he helped to found go gladius there really applies technology and other things to geopolitical issues and recently
to say technology will drive all of these changes. but the essence of human leadership is still very hard, very important, very person dependent end. very much dependent on the can reis ma. and excited to motivate. it will take a long time for computers to get used to. >> okay. [inaudible] >> assume you are right as opposed to plato and -- [inaudible] about -- [inaudible] anonymity. [inaudible] [laughter] anonymity is here to stay. what does it say about cyber crimes then? you have been a victim of it. it's your company and so forth. do you we have to completely separate the networking that to be secure like -- [inaudible conversations] >> we better. >> and that sort of thing. >> i hope the nuclear power plant control room are separated from the internet. >> that's right. it's a bigger thing to celebrate all the thing that we like to be completely safe from potential attack now. is that feasible. >> again, let me tell you a little bit about this. a system most concerned about around life safety thing are called systems are command and control systems. and they are typically not connected
will be on the agenda >> thank you, colleagues we have one item. and from the department of technology. so mr. clerk call item number one >> the ordinance to retroactively accept the grant from the national science of foundations and ordinance 9645 to accept the position at the department of technology and a okay good morning. i'm ken i'm representing the department of technology. the national science foundation awarded to the san francisco the grant to cover the costs of mr. chris intergovernmental science technology office. the amendment provided that all direct costs including salary and fringe will be reimbursed and this is to accept this agreement in the expenditure of the funds >> colleagues any questions? and a okay. we don't have a budget analyst report so we'll move on to public comment. that i public comment? >> seeing none, public comment is closed. colleagues can i have a motion to move this item to full board >> okay without opposition. mr. clerk call items 23 and 3 >> item number two the appropriation for all expenditures to the departments of city and county of san francisco as
's not going to be exactly the same because the technology's different, but a similar level of protection for anything you do other a telephone, and we have procedures for when any entity does neat to get at phone -- need to get at phone records is absolutely able to do that. we just need to apply a similar set of regulations to how the government can access e-mail video communications over tcp/ip. >> host: so what is the significance of 180 days? >> guest: it's simply in the law. there's no great reason why it was there. but we're talking about e-mails that are newer or older than 180 days and the different procedures on accessing them. i don't know how they came up with why that's the cutoff point, to tell the truth. >> host: what is the op to decision to protecting the e-mails? >> guest: you know, i would say in general, you know, again, anybody on the law enforcement or intelligence side would argue, well, it's quicker if we have access toering. why not listen to every phone conversation, why not have a tracker in everybody's car so you know exactly where it is? i mean, it's a slipper
technology and cornell and it interest. it's really a powerhouse that will create jobs that we are already getting and columbia is also expanding there. engineering school is doubling the size of it and nyu is collaborating with overseas universities and we are attracting the big companies. google has a block square building and microsoft has similar to that. everyone of these companies are opening in new york city and not just opening sales office, they are opening development offices and in the same thing coming in this direction. you want to be in a place that is fun, that is diverse, and that's challenging. and i come back to the same thing here in this city and my city are going to be major game changers in the world economically and academically for years to come and they are going to add to the pool of sophisticated talent generate new jobs and economic activity. we have to figure out how the other cities are losing hope. we are a country of equal opportunity and not equal results. we have to make sure people have the ability to move up an share in the american dream and that means
technology act. what is that? >> another bipartisan bill that overturns a decision i the librarian of congress who works for us that criminalizes cell phone unlocking the if you can believe that. this is basically when you buy a cell phone and sometimes you have an obligation that criminalizes the act of the locking your own cell phone are putting in another card are changing it to a different number. absolutely absurd. it is very popular in many countries. there are legitimate reasons that somebody might want to do that. they might want to have two or three numbers on one phone. mike depends on service. -- it might depend on service. those are criminalized. in the innovation around cell phone applications that is being developed area it would simply overrule the decision of the librarian act of congress and prevent people from going to jail. >> why is the librarian of congress involved with cell phones? >> like a lot of members, i was surprised to find that we had a librarian who a these kinds of powers. i knew we had a librarian. i knew somewhere there was a librarian. i cannot r
with our amazing technology, with a stunning array of content, with many of the great talent that appear on our screens, with key government officials and opinion leaders and most importantly, connecting with each other. >> i plan on doing some of my own connecting. i plan to immerse myself in the observatory to get a birds eye view of our industry's contribution. i want to do take in some of the discussions among the 40 sessions. i am going to look at a little bit of the future i cable net. i hope to connect with some of the nearly 300 companies who are displaying on the floor. >> a any networks is proud to be exhibiting on the floor with so many of our programming and technology colleagues, it is a great few days. i'm especially looking forward to wednesday, when you will be receiving your vanguard award for leadership. let's give pat around of applause. it is a great honor and well- deserved. i know we will be in great company along with my dear friend and colleague nancy and several other outstanding vanguard winners. >> thank you, that was kind. it has been a pleasure working with y
another piece of legislation you have introduced, the unlocking technology of 2013 act. what is that? >> another bipartisan bill that overturns a decision by the librarian of congress, who actually works for us, that criminalizes cell phone unlocking, if you can believe that. this is basically when you buy a cell phone, and sometimes there's -- you have some contractual obligations. we don't talk about interfering with that. but criminalizes the act of delocking your own cell phone or putting in another cart or changing it to a different number. absolutely absurd and unlocked cell phones are country in many countries. many legitimate reasons. might want to have two or three numbers on the same phone. might depending on service be verizon in one area and t-mobile in another. and yet those are actually criminalized and also prevents the innovation around cell phone applications that are being developed, so is this bipartisan bill would simply overrule the decision of the librarian of congress and prevent people from going to jail for just unlocking their cell phones. >> why is the libr
planned to do a lot of connecting over the next three days. connecting with our amazing technology, with a stunning array of content, with many of the great talent that appear on our screens, with key government officials and opinion leaders and most importantly, connecting with each other. >> i plan on doing some of my own connecting. i plan to immerse myself in the observatory to get a birds eye view of our industry's contribution. i want to do take in some of the discussions among the 40 sessions. i am going to look at a little bit of the future i cable net. i hope to connect with some of the nearly 300 companies who are displaying on the floor. >> a&e networks is proud to be exhibiting on the floor with so many of our programming and technology colleagues, it is a great few days. i'm especially looking forward to wednesday, when you will be receiving your vanguard award for leadership. let's give pat around of applause. it is a great honor and well- deserved. i know we will be in great company along with my dear friend and colleague nancy and several other outstanding vanguard
commissioners. an amazing the world of technology. that is pretty cool. yesterday we got to meet many men and women who have served in the armed forces and might soon call cable their home. theave got a glimpse into views of cable contributions in our observatory. way, we had some fun on the show floor. it is hard to ask any more of the cable shows that what we have experienced the last two and a half days. it is time to mark your calendar for next year. 1 inl 29 through may beautiful los angeles. a few weeks earlier than this year. thank you for participating in this year's cable show. and thank you for all you do to help us generate huge success and bringing so much joy to our customers. let's get down to business and kick off this morning's impressive session. these welcome to the stage west coast editor of entertainment weekly. ♪ [applause] >> hello. excitedhat you are all to check out the secretary of education. last month in new york it was announced that jennifer lopez did not have enough time in her life and decided to be that chief officer of nuvo. here is a little bit more on
so that's really been my focus. it's not trying to prohibit technology. i think that's impossible to do and probably not smart in the long run because a lot of these technologies have other applications. and there are some people that don't mind this technology in their lives, and that's fine by me. >> host: now, with regard to cars, insurance companies are getting in on this act of monitoring, aren't they? >> guest: yes, they are. and i understand that. i mean, on some levels they would have some sort of an obligation from their perspective to determine who's a good driver, who's a bad driver, who's a safe driver. they have to set rates, and i understand their business needs for wanting that information. and if the information's available, i really couldn't even plame them for doing it. so, therefore, for me it should be in my control as to what information they can get from me. >> host: um, representative capuano, have you -- what kind of response have you gotten from your colleagues on capitol hill? >> guest: well, the we are watching you has garnered some support lately only b
of these risks including the use of effective drones, strategic placement of troops and others, technology which can successfully be implement it along the border, whether through technology or border between agents, we must allocate the necessary resources to secure the border. but anyway that is smart, strategic and ensures that we do not waste taxpayer dollars. i want to emphasize, and i commend the support, commend the work and support of our law enforcement officers and victories different agencies. they do amazing work and exceptionally difficult conditions. we cannot thank them enough for their good hard, diligent work. it is tough, tough work. today's discussion should focus on understanding the threats are borders and how we should respond to each of the children i look forward to hearing from our witnesses for productive conversation about securing the borders of the united states. however, i am disciplined that the associate director for refugee asylum and international operations with the u.s. citizenship and immigration services has refused to testify before this subcommittee today.
contraception and artificial reproduction technologies a given or even a good. . . >> and obscures that particularly with donors. you have a mother and a father. no person is born with two mothers or two fathers. it's a fundamental thing. we are talking about the child's rights to know and be graced by and have to care of their parents. we have to -- the only thing we can be talking about is the institution of marriage. just whoever wants to come together in a joint community and care for people. it is valuable as the adoption is in certain cases, there is nothing that can really replace the bond of the mother and father in a child's life. that is one angle to talk about the importance of marriage because there is a real lack at times in a person's life. and the person will always be better off if they have parenting to help the role model and the support system and. >> let's go back to the point that you end of may. but the case in the 1980s. obama said he will not lift a hand. he doesn't have to lift a hand to do what was done with the irs and the iris can decide that a catholic
freer. >> does technology eventually make democracy inevitable. >> one of the observations that we kim away with. we were there a month ago. less than 1% of the population has access to the internet. access to the internet. everybody heard of it. they understood the internet as a set of values. as a concept and idea even before they experienced it as a user or as a tool. their understanding of the internet was not based on a chinese -- internet. it was not based on a autocrat version of the internet. they understand it in term of the western value of free flow of information and civil liberty. what means you have 57% of the world's population living under an -- what happens when regime try to create an awe karattic internet that doesn't respond with the democratic understanding what it should be. what does look like? we don't know the answer yet. >> finish on burma. so this will be a wonderful experiment for all of us to watch. 18 month ago, the generals either for seflt interested reason or policy reasons opened up the country. they become sort of the future leader of the country. i'm
's biggest pop stars and recording companies turn to technologies to beef up profits. and china will become the world's biggest user of mechanized workers in a few years. how that could transform work first priorities. we will take a look at how wall street ended a shortened trading session. here are the numbers. sports scene -- the heart and soul of sport. >> in a business world with information overload, we strip away the complexity and confusion to give you the essence of financial news. pure value. biz asia america. we are cctv america. >> welcome back to biz asia america. china's top economic planner has invested an investigation in price-fixing by five for an infant milk manufacturers. >> the investigation came as quite a blow to for an infant milk companies that now account -- four and -- foreign infant milk companies that now account for about half of sales. they all said they will cooperate with the investigation. analysts expect fines and tougher rules governing imports into china's infant milk market. the official xinhua news agency says finds could range from 1% to 10% of sales
started in i-ti a technology company in the 1.0 world. it was a company that created technology to connect citizens better with government * . i ran it for almost nine years. and when i was elected to office four years ago, i was unfortunately more surprised than i wanted to be about how far behind san francisco government was. this was very 2008, 2009. with you i'm really proud of the leaps and bounds we have taken as a city * . i was proud in 2010 to help move forward legislation to really bring together city departments to work in a coordinated way with our committee on information technology. to help create a chief information officer position for the city. i was also proud to work with then mayor newsome in passing the first generation of open data legislation that we have. but as our civil grand jury in june pointed out, our i-t in san francisco is still in need of a culture shock. and this is where all of us come in today. we have 200 data sets that have already been put out there, but by and large the data sets put out by city government are data sets that i think show us in a very
the technology. the technology that was developed in iraq and afghanistan which will give us surveillance. there is a bill with 20,000 new additional border patrol agents, but the fact is the technology that is there now will give us the ability for 100% situational awareness and to intercept. i guarantee because i saw it work. there are 700y -- miles of total fencing, 700 miles. my friend, we will also have additional border patrol. to this bill?y the key is this bill is not only because the fencing on the border and the border patrol, but it is 40% of the people overstayed their visas. they did not cross the southwest border. what do we do about that? makes sure every person who wants to come to this country illegally will know that person cannot get a job year. here.ob i am confident and so are the people who are really knowledgeable that it will be a full proof system with 95% effectiveness. us alegislation will give secure border, and it will address the key element. people who now want to come here thatllegally will know they cannot. employers will know that if they hire someone her
to the mayors proposed budget. those include a number of departments including a technology project that was removed during the budget process for the sheriff's department and analyzing the expenses for the women's supplemental. correcting expenditure and revenue authority for the america's cup project and in the controllers office budget and correcting the tax implementation and making other corrections to the expenditures and fund balances in a number of departments. those corrections will result in general fund costs of $711,000. in the first year and second year those will be funded by the mayors technical reserve. i've submitted those and they will review them >> thank you. any questions >> this is labeled technical adjustments number one and will there be other technical adjustments? >> i don't know the answer for sure but it's labeled number one and if there's another one you will know the difference. we've had typically one necessarily the process to fund and typically there's been a second one at the end of the process and sometimes there are a third >> and we had budge
digital dementia. more people, especially kids relying on technology and it's scary the results of this stuff. point blank, it's making us stupid and cutting edge technology. what do we do? we're going to bring both sides of the argument together in the next hour. digital dementia. and seven early movings fers. in a market that's flat. and credit suisse, this company they're calling an outperform. canadian is solar, i think i've had it on varney as a making money stock. they sold their ontario plant. 10 mega watts of power to trans-canada, one of many sales they're going to be making. outer walls, i hate the new name, but the stock is taking a good name and taking over where you send in a cell phone and you get cash. liz claman is talking about that you want to catch that today. and $11, one of underwriters went to a buy saying it's a $20 stock. ply holdings, another may ipo. they've got three upgrades. goldman, target, 25. credit suisse says outperform and j.p. morgan says it's an underwait. and dunkin' donut. nielsen is going to be replace, sprint nextel in the s&p 500 over th
. the panel discussed broadband technology and how it will affect the cable industry and content providers. sec,cting chairman of the .iacom, and liberty global this is 1 hour and 15 minutes. [applause] inspired not only by that performance, but by so many things i am seeing at the show this year. show has its first, but there is one in which i am very proud of this year. it got under way just a little while ago, downstairs in the convention center. we are hosting the first ever had job fair for u.s. veterans, reservists, and spouses to be held in conjunction with a major trade show. unbelievable. [alause] it is an opportunity for our industry to reach out to america of's finest. as a proud daughter of a veteran, i believe that we of these man-to-man to sacrifice for our freedom the utmost respect and gratitude. they can tell you what a positive impact we have had on performance on the leadership process that drives all of our company. we are thrilled to have several hundred veterans exploring for themselves the potential careers in cable. our industry's own human resources as well as the
for integrated marketing solutions. technology allows us to do better. we serve a lot of uses for audiences. it has been very good. the u.s. economy has been improving slowly but surely. u.s., it has been difficult. it is opportunity for the three of us to expand our networks. and to launch new ones. >> what do you do with stock prices? do you worry about the momentum issues? >> i like to say when everything is going your way, you're n th wronga little bit of paran. our business is still undervalued. we are pursuing a straightforward strategy about building to scale, organic growth. europe is pretty strong. it is about managing our capital structure property. if we do those right, we will achieve the main goal. create value. all about creating value. as will we do. you do that by running your business. about theorried future. i feel pretty good right now. >> one of the keys for us has been that we have a belief system here in the u.s. that we if we can tell great stories that people will still come. in the last four years, we have lots -- launched a channels in the u.s. own is a very succes
and successful career involving technology, politics and most recently as you will soon hear, philanthropy. as members know one of our priorities here at the club is to celebrate women's role in our society and so i'm particularly pleased that our guest today, carly fiorina, agreed to participate in our historic luncheon program. born in austin, texas her own career began as a secretary working in a small business. what a journey she's had since then. as chairman and chief executive officer of hewlett packard from 1999 to 2005, she was the first woman to lead a fortune 20 company. for six straight years she was named fortune magazine's most powerful woman in business. it was during her 10 year at hp, the company acquired compact computer. after her departure, hp failed to capitalize on the move mobile products. politics is also been central to our speaker's work. having played deal role in a republican presidential campaign of both john mccain and mitt romney. she ran unsuccessfully in a bid to unseat democratic senator barbara boxer in california. she was triumphant as a survivor of breas
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connected through technology. in my lifetime technology has bridged the gap between not employed. i meet a resident who has connected to people all over the world and wanted others to have this experience so he started a computer club. i've seen the confidence go up. the club is set up so residents become trainers. everyone passed the skills forward. air royal they're part of the community and findings value in their talent. i urge you to employ seniors and people with disabilities in computer labs around san francisco. you have a golden opportunity to be a leader to show the rest of the in addition, the capped resources of people and seniors with disabilities. when you were looking at the budget keep in mind how technology has connected the community. there were none before. thank you for the opportunity to be heard >> thank you very much. >> thank you. next speaker, please >> why don't we keep doing. >> i'm jessica. >> hold on one second let's get the microphone on. we need the microphone victor >> now i can here myself. i'm confused of the programs. the seniors have ensured lot
morning supervisors i'm alice i'm the technology coordinator. could i i want to ask you to continue your district funding. currently we're able to offer this service, however, this grant which has helped us serve over 4 hundred youth and adults will sunset on june 30th. without this funding for the youth and communities our lab will be unable to sustain it's program. today, the youth with me are just a few of those who use the technology daily. i've seen them development 20th century skills. please continue to connect our county with those resources. please help us to get the computer assess and thoughtful use service we need to have the right to have. thanks >> good afternoon board of supervisors. i'm matthew i work at the beau con center. due to those channeling economic times we've been hit with unemployment. it is home to the most diverse community. according to the status we're the lowest work group. as the district that has 9 percent of household living below the poverty level yet we receive zero dollars until we came last year. unfortunately, it was only a one year grant. so we n
to see we're putting too much fate in technology. snowden, prism, anyone? he's got a message for the silicon valley crowd, too. more "cycle" straight ahead. coming for you, zuck. hoo-hoo...hoo-hoo. hoo-hoo hoo. sir... i'll get it together i promise... heeheehee. jimmy: ronny, how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico? ronny:i'd say happier than the pillsbury doughboy on his way to a baking convention. get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. >>> now as we told you at the top of the hour, alleged boston bomber, dzhokhar tsarnaev has been charged. charges of murder and using a weapon of mass destruction. last hour nfl star aaron hernandez was back in court challenging a judge's order that he be held without bail. bail was denied once again. now the former patriots tight end is charged with first degree murder in the shooting death of a friend. he has pleaded not guilty in that case. also, nbc news has confirmed hernandez is being investigated for another double homicide that occurred allegedly last summer in boston.
think it's matters of policy and process and this interaction between technology and law and oversight and there will be more of it but we're not going to rush it in. >> rose: and what has it done for "the guardian." >> well, i hope people ask why it is we've done it. why he came to us. and i think one of the reasons is we are this funny organization that is -- >> rose: supported by a trust. >> supported by a trust. completely independent and we're digital, we're open, we're global. i can't think of an american news organization that could have worked with glen greenwald in quite the way we have. and the think about greenwald is that, you know, this debate about whether he's a blogger or a journalist i think feels terribly old-fashioned. the point is he's a lawyer and when he writes about this it's incredibly technical and careful and that's i think why he went to greenwald not because he was -- his political views but he is somebody who can do justice from this material. he's going to treat it seriously. >> rose: thank you, good to see you. thank you. >> rose: it sounds like science f
technology. >> you can see a rabbit several miles away? >> yeah, the little rabbit right there. >> reporter: and they built this state-of-the-art command center in nearby tucson. >> this is the joint center. >> reporter: all the cameras and the feed, that is up here? >> yes. >> reporter: still, much of the border security inside the reservation is done the old fashion way, called cutting for signs. trained officers literally looking for footprints, tire marks or unnatural damage to the vegetation. the border is not what you think. the iconic images here, topped with razer wire. here it is open. a deterrent to vehicles crossing here, not people. i questioned the border crossers apprehended earlier. he has a university degree, but is unable to find a job. how long have you been walking? >> seven days. >> reporter: seven days you have been walking, that must be hard. scary? >> yes. >> reporter: what have you seen? >> based on all that you have been through, all that you have seen, will you try this again? >> he doesn't know. >> reporter: your smile says yes. we noticed all of them were carryin
, strategic placement of troops, and other technology which can be successfully invalid and along the border. whether through technology or border patrol agent's, we must reallocate our resources to secure the border in a way that is strategic and ensure that we do not waste taxpayer dollars. i want to commend the sport and work of our law enforcement agencies and officers. iny do amazing work exceptional conditions. we cannot thank them enough for their good, hard, diligent work. it is tough work. today, the session should focus on the threats at our borders, and how we should respond to those challenges. am disappointed that joseph lang voice, the --directorector for for the immigration offices has refused to testify. andecorded his attendance participation in the hearings for team games ago -- 13 days ago. topite a two week notice testify before the sub , theysion -- committee basedefused to testify .n "lack of notice notice." i want to thank the four people from the other agencies who were able to prepare and be with us today. i find out acceptable that with 13 days notice, that is not e
to keep working on the technology, new technology. >> he will have trouble with the fossil fuel industry the which is act up by the republicans as well, but epa will be front and center. >> why would you do it if it will not have any effect on the climate? >> 32 degree temperatures might acknowledge there is a problem. just because we cannot do everything does not mean we do not do anything. >> this does nothing and destroys our economy in the present. >> hopefully there will be enhanced technology. >> technology, i would do all the research and development you want. i would pour a lot of money into that, but shut down our coal industry and undermine the fuel industry -- >> you would not necessarily shut down the coal industry, but it would make the plants to spend money and upgrade. >> if you are planning to visit south beach, go soon. a look at the texas abortion debate. >> there were attempts to shove every rule aside to cram this through, and the voices of the people in the capital galleries tonight could not be silenced. >> texas, the eyes of the nation were upon you as wendy davis,
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